Yes, they do. They eat roaches, moths, flies, anything that they can get their fangs on. Some of the giant centipedes also eat toads and pinky mice.
no species of cricket can eat a centipede
spiders ants roachs crickets
salamanders actually eat worms, centipedes, crickets, and spiders which is gross but everybody has to eat.
the inside of a cactus moths crickets scorpions centipedes beetles
Spotted salamanders in the wild mainly eat termites, crickets, centipedes, and other inverts. they will also eat other small salamanders Captive salamanders can be fed crickets purchased from pet stores.
chameleons eat a lot food like bugs including waxworms, grass hoppers, centipedes, crickets, can of crickets, mealworms, can of mealworms. but the question is what fruit and veg do they eat, well basicly not much, apple if he will eat it i suppose.
red centipedes eat tiny leaves
no crickets don't eat crickets
centipedes mostly eat worms or little leaves
centipedes eat leaves and other plants.
Salamanders are commonly know to have a diet consisting of crickets, worms, centipedes, and other inverts found in their natural or like habitats
Centipedes eat live prey.
The types of crickets that eat grass are field crickets and house crickets. Crickets also eat leafy vegetables, small insects, and fungi.
humans. people in Australia eat centipedes.
Birds will eat non poisonous centipedes.
most crickets eat grass
yes fish do eat crickets
yes,crickets do eat berries.
crickets eat by using there antenna's
Centipedes are predators and will eat any invertabrate
No, crickets are too small to eat frogs. On the other hand, frogs will eat crickets because they are insectivores.
Well spiders eat many things. Spiders eat butterflies, flies, caterpillars, cockroaches, mosquitos, crickets, grasshoppers, gnats, choice beetles, centipedes, love-bugs, and daddy long legs. EVEN MORE!
Camel Crickets eat anything organic.
i heard that crickets will eat lady bugs
centipedes eat woodlouse.